Sunday, November 22, 2015

Fair Trade by Katie Kenyhercz

Title:  Fair Trade
Series:  Las Vegas Sinners
Author:  Katie Kenyhercz
Publication Date:  December 7/15 by Crimson Romance
Length:  174pgs
Genre:  contemporary romance
Shelf:  review
Rating: ★★★★★

Back Cover Blurb:

When ambitious Olivia Parker is offered the prime position of assistant physician for the Las Vegas Sinners hockey team, she’s determined to prove she belongs there. But it’s lonely at the top. Her professional focus has lost her countless personal relationships, and now she’s ready for a fresh start. What she’s not ready for is her gorgeous new patient showing her everything she’s been missing. Could a shot at real love be worth risking her ethical code?

Grayson Gunn happily played his entire career for his hometown team, never having won hockey’s greatest prize. A surprise trade to the Sinners gives him one last chance at the Cup before he hangs up his skates, and nothing will stand in his way, not even the injuries that send him to the team’s pretty new doctor. A little flirtation now that he’s on his way out of the NHL can’t hurt though…right? But when he gets a second chance to keep playing, Grayson is torn between the game he’s lived for and the woman he can’t seem to live without.

My Review:

Kenyhercz really brings hockey to life in a way that makes it palpable to the masses yet stays true to the sport. The story is wildly romantic, yet still brings the realities of life together in a manner that had me completely enchanted. The intimate descriptions bring both life at the rink and the characters forward in a manner that allowed me to interact with the story.

I love the cast of characters that Kenyhercz brings forward in this novel. Not only do we get to spend more time with those that I’ve come to love throughout the series, but the new characters that we meet took the series to a whole new level for me. I loved getting to know the main characters, as well as the fact that they were not rookies. The mix of work and romance and the inescapable predicament that they find themselves in really had me wondering how it would all work out. I also just loved getting to know these two as individuals. They were so much fun and so loveable.

Real lives, real people, real romance, it’s the perfect mix for a fantastic afternoon’s read.

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